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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Dear Abby 14Mile Abuse DEAR ABBY I cannot work until 1 react to the letter in your column about the two 9 and 11 who had to walk 14 miles a day for live days because they were sus pended for creating a disturbance on the school That means thcv had to walk seven miles each way and would have to walk two hours while their father comfortably drove his car behind They had to spend approximately 10 hours each day walking and There is no way that those children could pny attention in school after walking at least two hours before school Please contact a sports physician and an educator and learn if walking that distance is not only child abuse but brutal Suggest to their father that he walk 14 miles for one day while trying to do his work He was teaching his children that he was a heartless creature who preserved his personal comfort in the car while they built up blisters on their feet if they did not have top quality shoes and socks PSYCHOLOGIST DEAR PSYCHOLOGIST Walk Adds Up to Child in Psychologists Book the punishment was but to repeat my com ment As long as the boys were m no I think the punishment fits the I see no child abuse In my those parents cared enough about their children to discipline Read on for a letter firm disciplinarian from npAR ABBY The letter accusing the parents of child abuse because they made their kids walk 14 miles forces me to I am the father of four now 18 to At various times their mother and I have Had the police find and bring 3 boy who had exceeded his His keys were confiscated on the Grounded another for a including the Christmas for conduct unbecoming a gentle This required him to find his own way to and from school and Twelve Forced another to live elsewhere until he agreed to comply with our household Physically decked another for insolent net result of such child All four are and were merit scholarship college three are National Merit Scholarship one is a summa cum laudc college and another is a graduate Each boy has worked since the age of And all have come to me at one time or another and Im glad you drew the line and held it when I was off FIRM DAD IN NEW MEXICO DEAR ABBY YOU advised Fuming in Iowa to remember that the pen is not only mightier than the it can be equally That caused me to recall some thing written by Harry Wayne Addison in his Write That Down for Daddy Pelican Publishing The pen is only mightier than the sword in the hands of sane ARTHUR PRINCE Bloom County New Braunfels May Me RlbHT IN m stmtw nem Me MOWN mFeeuM so WURC OBVIOUSLY ft A I RUN OUT OF MILK BEFORE I RUN OUT OF TO LOUE FOR A vou TO corns CflTHV BUT VOU MUST BE XHAU5TEO FROM V0UR TRIP Horoscope ICrossword By Stella Wilder MAY 14 Born you are an intellectu al at Whenever possible you avoid the physical and the As a child you may indulge in games and minor sports as an you have to be persuaded into such relaxing activi You possess exceptionally keen likes and dislikes and are not easily persuaded into or out of either by anyone but You seem to have a sixth sense about people being able to assess them with great even upon first MAY 15 TAURUS April 20May 20 Let the left hand know what the right is you will only confuse yourself today GEMINI May 21June 20 You should be able to arrive at some simple solutions to some difficult problems At least take a stab at CANCER June 21July 22 Keep new goals to yourself for the time You need to become used to the idea of yourself in a new LEO July 22 Though emotional upset may keep you from the success you hoped it will not keep you from the success you VIRGO 22 Willpower is the key to getting what you want Aid from the outside will probably be too little and too LIBRA 22 Because you enjoy good this may not be a day that pleases It serve you better than you SCORPIO 21 Your artistic sense is well exercised Respond to a friends request for constructive SAGITTARIUS 21 Your personal responses may not match the answers your busi ness sense gives You will have to make a CAPRICORN 19 Though your home will be the focal point for much social Shelve professional mat ters this AQUARIUS 18 Your disenjoyment of physical labor these days may cause you to falter now in your run for PISCES 19March 20 Travel takes your time and atten tion You may not be going anywhere but you plan for ARIES March 21April 19 Hobby and career matters mesh today as you experience an out pouring of energy and interest in everything around Shop at Stcre with the ARPETORAPERIES VINYL i V CARPET VINYL WOOD FLOORS IN STOCK WALL PAPER I0003 OF ROLLS 943 N WALNUT 6253477 FINANCING AVAILABLE Featured on your ACROSS 1 Paper currency 6 Rivulet 11 Crackles kin 14 Some roasts 15 Penthouse 16 Guides note 17 Excitedly 19 Firewood 20 Appointment 21 Not even one 22 Snivel 24 A Castro 26 Shabbier 27 Routine jobs 30 Uncorrupt 32 Unit 33 Palm off 34 officer 37 Murdered one 38 Pierces 39 Portico 40 Catnip 41 Bisques 42 Charm 43 Roof layers 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